How To Block Ads In Android Apps, Games And Browsers


Ad block is an essential experience for many people. Bad advertising can ruin experiences left and right, especially while browsing the web, playing games, and watching video content. Of course, there’s a necessary evil aspect to the whole thing, but people still use ad blockers anyway. There are several ways to get ad block on your Android device in at least some capacity. It almost exclusively requires root access or installing third party apps.

There are no system wide ad blockers in the Google Play Store. You can read here to find out why. Thus, most of the apps on the list require a third party download and installation. We didn’t have any problems doing so, but you may be a bit apprehensive. Also, more and more sites and services allow for payment in lieu of advertisements. We recommend that over ad-blocking because it lets the creators of the content you enjoy continue doing so while also earning a living. Just a thought.

Best Ways For ADS BLOCK

1.Set DNS Setting

Go To Setting Find  Private DNS

switch to   Private DNS hostname

and  typ DNS  Server Name

Like This

*I use Xioami Mobile Phone

Loction: Go TOsetting  >   connection and sharing >   Private DNS

All Mobile   Private DNS  Loction

 1. OnePlus

                                                                                                 2. OPPO


                                                                 4. samsung 



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